This little tip enables wake-on-lan on our network interfaces so the computer can be awaken with a magic packet from other host in the same network.
If after upgrading Oracle VM to version 3.3.3 your Solaris 11 VMs with more than 2 CPUs don’t boot anymore, you should read this article:
Oracle incompatible with Oracle? It seems like it.
I was experiencing recurring problems of my DLNA server disappearing from the network. The cause of it was that my network card is configured in a bridge, and the multicast snooping feature wasn’t playing well with DLNA.
To disable the multicast snooping, I’ve created the file
#!/bin/bash echo 0 > /sys/devices/virtual/net/br0/bridge/multicast_snooping
Don’t forget to make it executable. Systemd will run it in every boot.
This is a list of tips I’m using while running Fedora in my Raspberry Pi 2.
A quick guide about how to migrate a signed zone from dnssec-tools to OpenDNSSEC.
I’ve configured my own web frontend for git using gitweb and git-http-backend.
I wanted to use Nginx as the webserver, but unfortunately there was a piece of software missing: fcgiwrap. It’s packaging is a work in progress, so I have packaged it myself and now it is available in this copr, so you can download it from there.
You can configure your country’s regulatory domain, creating the file
/etc/modprobe.d/cfg80211.conf with this content:
options cfg80211 ieee80211_regdom=ES
Don’t forget to change ES with your country code.